Have you ever wondered what Heaven is like? Or what your soul’s purpose is? Or even whether or not you can unlock your divine potential? Well if you have, the person who can help you find the answers is the wonderful Theresa Cheung, who just happens to be my guest on today’s Hot Holidays!
And that’s not all!
Theresa’s latest book is out TODAY and it’s is called The Ten Secrets of
Heaven: Mysteries of the Afterlife Revealed
With advances in modern medicine enabling more and more people to be
brought back from the brink of death, it is now possible to paint a
vibrant picture of what lies beyond. It is also possible to discover
more about our spiritual destiny from near death experiences. Each
afterlife experience offers us powerful clues into our soul’s purpose,
and in this fascinating new book Theresa Cheung unveils these
life-changing truths, or insights, as the Ten Secrets of Heaven. It is
only through our understanding of their meaning on earth that we can
discover Heaven and Eternal Life.
After explaining each of the ten secrets, Theresa will show how Heaven
can disguise itself in aspects of daily life, such as health, career,
money, love & relationships and life goals, and also during times of
crisis, such as when we are depressed, grieving, lacking direction or
experiencing heartbreak. Truly understanding how the Ten Secrets of
Heaven can be harnessed for our wellbeing will bring enlightenment,
peace and joy. It will also leave no doubt that nothing in this life is
as it seems and death is not the end.
ES: Well, as someone who is areligious yet spiritual, I find your words very reassuring, Theresa, and I can’t wait to read Ten Secrets of Heaven. I know it’s a very busy few weeks for you so thanks so much for taking the time to take part in Hot Holidays!
TC: It’s my pleasure, Elaine. Thanks for asking me.
ES: So let’s jump straight in and ask where you spent your last holiday and why you chose to go
TC: I had the most wonderful holiday in Venice. I chose it as it’s a place I’ve always longed to go as got a fairy tale like quality. And I have to say, it lived up to all my expectations. And I have to add that my Heaven books also very popular in Italy. The photo is of me on that holiday.
ES: What’s your favourite type of holiday?
TC: My favourite type of holiday is one with lots to do and see to keep me busy.
ES: And your least favourite?
TC: I don’t enjoy beach holidays at all. I find them boring, I’m afraid.
ES: Where did you spend your best ever holiday and what made it so memorable?
TC: This one’s easy: Florida. And it was memorable for two reasons. Number one, Disney World which was magical beyond belief. And number two – I got to swim with dolphins, which was a truly unforgettable experience.
ES: I love dolphins. Beautiful creatures. So, it sounds like with Venice and Florida you’ve had some marvellous holidays, but have you had any holiday or travel disasters?
TC: Unfortunately, yes, I have. My son was born in the USA and is, therefore, a US passport holder. So on a one of our holidays he travelled on his US passport, but we were told on arrival that we should have taken his UK passport too! So, we had a long journey home and our holiday didn’t happen.
ES: Oh, that’s awful! Very disappointing for you all, I’m sure.
TC: Most definitely.
ES: Theresa, is there a place you long to visit?
TC: I’d love to visit Canada.
ES: What’s the attraction?
TC: I think from what I’ve seen in films and magazines and on TV the scenery is absolutely breathtaking. I long to go to Alaska too for the same reason.
ES: Who’s your favourite travelling companion(s) or do you prefer your own company?
TC: I love my own company to be honest, but I also love travelling with my husband and children – although being teenagers now they don’t want to holiday with
us anymore which is sad but that’s life, I suppose.
ES: Now, if I can get a bit personal… Have you ever had a holiday romance?
TC: Oh yes! I met a lovely Cypriot while in Greece but on returning back to the UK with him he turned into someone very different. I think holidays just make you see everything with rose coloured specs on.
ES: Hmm. I tend to agree that holiday romances rarely work out, do they? How would you spend your dream twenty-four hours if you could travel to multiple, worldwide destinations with no travel or time restrictions?
TC: I spend the time between New York, Canada and Alaska – sight seeing, drinking coffee and writing in cafes.
ES: That sounds perfect. And finally, Theresa, what tip or piece of advice would you give to holidaymakers and/or travellers?
TC: Break out of your comfort zone. Many of us get stuck in holiday ruts and always go to the same place each year but a whole, wonderful, beautiful and exciting world is out there waiting for you to explore it.
ES: Great advice! Thanks so much for being with us today, Theresa. And all the best with Ten Secrets of Heaven. I’m off to download my copy now!